The Silver Coins of Medieval France (476-1610 AD)
Covers the fall of the Roman Empire in 476 until the accession of Louis XIII in 1610. Frisian and Dutch, Lorraine, Alsace, Savoie and Frankish currencies are also included. Large format, 587 pages, profusely illustrated throughout. BK00048. The Silver Coins of Medieval France (476-1610 AD) by
Handbuch der Polnischen Numismatik
Handbook of Polish Coins. The primary reference for medieval Polish coins. Hard to find in the USA.BK11700. Handbuch der Polnischen Numismatik by Marian Gumowsi, 1960, paperback, 226 pages, 56 plates, in German,
and Early Medieval Western European Coins in the Coin Cabinet, University of Glasgow
The Coinage of the Ayyubids
BW40234. The Coinage of the Ayyubids by Paul
Papal Numismatic History, The Emancipation of The Papal State by Allen G.
This vividly traces, through coins and other evidence, the Popes' long struggle for independence from the control of secular rulers and their final success in the founding of a sovereign Papal State. This book illustrates the evolution of the medieval papacy in response to the economic, political and military challenges of Dark Ages Europe and the rise of the Italian city republics. This story is given perspective by a brief introduction to the development of the Papacy during the period of early Christianaity. An intriguing numismatic tale for students not only of Papal history, but also for those interested in the and Holy Roman Empires. Newly revised to incorporate recent discoveries such as the Hoard. Written by the author of the international , Papal Coins. Description from Amazon.BK65106. Papal Numismatic History, The Emancipation of The Papal State by Allen G.
, 2nd edition, 1987, paperback, 165 pages, plus 3 plates and 5 , new;
Monedas Hispano-Cristianas by Aloiss
BK65109. Descripcion General de las Monedas Hispano-Cristianas Desde la Invasion de los Arabes, Tomo Primero by Aloiss
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